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amagon1household; people living collectively together in a house5Daily life4.1.9.8Family, clan2lineage, genealogy; people tracing their relationship from the same ancestor4.1.9.1.2Father, mother4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9.1.1Grandfather, grandmother4.1.9Kinship

bamunyumba ndalawamunyumba ndalanIdiom. family, household members, people of same house; siblings of co-wives4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinship

egwangaamawangan1tribe; collection of clans that have a common culture4.1.9.8Family, clan8.3.5Type, kind4.1.9Kinship2nation; people of the same history and same country4.6.2Citizen4.6.7.1Country

ehidaebidan1stomach; part of the body where food is digestedEhida ehibbala hitegeesa endya eyʼehigaaga.Big stomach shows eating rich food.8.2.3.2Fat person2.1.2Torso2.1.8.2Stomach1.6.2Parts of an animal2pregnancy; situation when a woman is pregnantSarah ali hida.Sarah is pregnant.2.6.3.1Pregnancy3womb, uterus; part of the female body where a child is createdOhuba nʼomwana mu hida.Be with child in the womb.2.1.8.4Female organs2.6.3.2Fetus4lineage; ancestry; parentage; family lineEhida hya Mugoya.Mugoya’s family.4.1.9.1.2Father, mother4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9.1.1Grandfather, grandmother4.1.9Kinshipohuba ehidavIdiom. be pregnant2.6.3.1Pregnancyohutoola ehidavIdiom. conceive; get pregnant2.6.3.1Pregnancyomugendera hidanEuph. snake1.6.1.3.1Snakeowʼehida ehiralanIdiom. twin; same womb sibling8.1.1.1.2Two2.6.3.7Multiple births

ehihaebihan1clan; group of families originating from a common ancestorMugoya ni Musimami bʼehiha hyʼAbagosa.Mugoya and Musimami belong to the Abagosa clan.4.1.9.8Family, clan8.3.5Type, kind4.1.9Kinship2type, kind, class; particular group of people or things that share similar characteristics and form a smaller division of a larger setBaletire ehiha ehinyaaha ehya mwogo.They brought a new type of cassava.1.6.1Types of animals4.1.4.1Social class8.3.5Type, kind8.1.3.3Group of things

engoamagonhome, family; place where there are houses belonging to people of the same family6.5.1.1House9.5.1.6.4Origin (of a person)4.1.9.8Family, clan6.5.1.2Types of houses4.1.9Kinship5.9Live, stay

etangoamatangonlap; upper part of a thigh of s.b. who is seatedAbaana babehasa hu matango.Children are seated on laps.2.1.3.2Legoluganda olwanamatangondistant relation4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinship

ohulanga1vcall, invite; cause s.b. to come3.5.1.4.1Call4.2.1.1Inviteohulanga ebiribaŋovforetell, predict, prophesy; tell the events of the future4.9.4.6Prophecy4.9.4.7Omen, divination3.2.7.3Predictohulangana1v1call out to each other3.5.1.4.1Call2be related to s.b.4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinshipohulangiriravdeclare, announce loudly s.t. to be known publically3.5.1.2.1Announce3.5.1Say3.5.9Mass communication3.5.2.2News, messageohwerangiriravshout, cry out, or make self proclaimation of s.t.3.5.1.2.1Announce2.3.2.4Loud3.5.1.1.1Shout

ohulangana1v1call out to each other3.5.1.4.1Call2be related to s.b.Gemire gerangirira ngʼolu ali omuŋinda.He stood forth and proclaimed himself over his riches.4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinshipder. ofohulanga1

ohulangana2vbe related to s.b.Hyeroba ni Higenyi balangana baati baganda hu lwʼabayinaawe ohuba baganda.Hyeroba and Higenyi are related to each other as cousins because their mothers are sisters.4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinship

olulaamalanintestine; pipe-like structure inside s.b. or an animal through which food is digestedNutanyaanya bulaŋi ofuna obulumi mu mala.If you don’t chew your food well, you get pain in the intestines.2.1.8Internal organs5.2.3.2.1Meat1.6.2Parts of an animalohwehaada amalavIdiom. fast, go without food4.9.5.9Fasting5.2.2.9Fast, not eatolula lwenenIdiom. related person; s.b. of the same ancestry4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinshipolula oludolinIdiom. related person; s.b. of the same ancestry4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinship

olula lweneamala meenenIdiom. related person; s.b. of the same ancestry4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinshipder. ofolula

olula oludoliamala amadolinIdiom. related person; s.b. of the same ancestry4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinshipder. ofolula

olusagaamasagan1tree branch1.5.5Parts of a plant2descendant, grandchild of s.b.Kuywa luhona lwa Wanasiya.Kuywa is Wanasiya’s descendant.Efwe esaga hutehwa ohumanya ebya halehale.We the descendants must know the things of long ago.4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9Kinship4.1.9.1.8Nephew, niece4.1.9.1.5Grandson, granddaughter

omulalaabalalankith and kin; s.b. related who has same parents4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinship

owʼolugandaabʼolugandaLugandanrelation; s.b. that is related to another person, including brothers, sisters, uncles and aunts, and their offspring etc.4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinshipmugandayange owʼehinanandancousin; son of your aunt if you are a man, or daughter of your aunt if you are a woman4.1.9.1.7Cousinmugandaawo owʼehinanandancousin; child of your uncle or aunt4.1.9.1.7Cousinowʼoluganda mu diini1nbrother or sister ‘in the Lord’ a religious relation4.9.7.2Christianity4.9.7.1Religious person2interjrelatives; word used when starting an address ‘my relations’4.1.9.1Related by birth9.6.3.4Markers of direct address 4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinship

owʼoluganda mu diiniabʼoluganda mu diini1nbrother or sister ‘in the Lord’ a religious relationAboluganda mu Musengwa.Brother or sister in the Lord.4.9.7.2Christianity4.9.7.1Religious person2interjrelatives; word used when starting an address ‘my relations’4.1.9.1Related by birth9.6.3.4Markers of direct address 4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinshipder. ofowʼoluganda
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